• Tuesday Morning News

    Apple are rumoured to be working on both A5X and A6 chipsets for next-generation devices, including the iPad 3, the new Apple TV, and whatever else Apple has up their sleeves. The A6 will be a quad-core processor, while the A5X will simply be a revamp of the existing A5 chip found in the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S.

    Hey, Western Australia: hold on to your pants, because you're about to receive Apple Store number two. IfoAppleStore says the new store will be located somwhere in South Perth, but would any locals like to chime in?

    iCloud and MobileMe push email services in Germany have been disabled due to a lawsuit between Apple and Motorola. Push email no longer works, but you'll still be able to sync contact and calendars, if it's any consolation.

    Intel are saying their Ivy Bridge chips have been delayed by around 8 to 10 weeks later than initially planned, and all that means is that we won't be seeing a Mac refresh for a little longer yet.

    Now that Adobe Photoshop Touch has been released, MacStories has a review of all of the good bits. Photoshop Touch features much of the same as the Android version, including layers and so on, and curiously, it's not made with native APIs.

    There was an annual Apple shareholders meeting last week, and at the meeting, Tim Cook said Apple has more money "than we need to run a company". Rest assured, Apple's board is currently talking about what to do with all that cash.

    Anandtech review the LaCie 2big Thunderbolt series, which may prove to be the most important foray into consumer-oriented Thunderbolt storage we will see thanks to the consumer-accessibility of LaCie products (as compared to, say, Pegasus devices).

    The Zooka Wireless Speaker is a Kickstarter project which aims to fix the speaker on your iPad 2 by using Bluetooth audio. There's also a 3.5mm jack for those devices which don't have Bluetooth, so you're covered both ways.

    Apple has aired a new iCloud Harmony commercial which shows off just how easy iCloud is, and how everything just works without any interaction from the user.

    Apple bought out a company called Chomp (for their app-discovery product by the same name) last week, but now The Next Web says Apple don't need more app discovery, they just need an app community. Whatever that is.
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